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Maggie Bibliography

Baum, Rosalie Murphy. “Alcoholism and Family Abuse in Maggie and the Bluest Eye. ” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 19. 3 (1986): 91-105. Begiebing, Robert J. “Stephen Crane’s Maggie: The Death of the Self. ” American Imago: A Psychoanalytic Journal for Culture, Science, and the Arts 34 (1977): 50-71. Bergon, Frank. Stephen Crane’s Artistry. New York: Columbia University Press, 1975. Bowers, Fredson ed, and James B. introd Colvert. The University of Virginia Edition of the Works of Stephen Crane: Vol. I: Bowery Tales: Maggie, George’s Mother.

Charlottesville : UP of Virginia, 1969. Bradbury, Malcolm. “Romance and Reality in Maggie. ” Journal of American Studies 3 (1969): 111-21. Brennan, Joseph X. “Ironic and Symbolic Structure in Crane’s Maggie. ” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 16. 4 (1962): 303-15. Bruccoli, Matthew J. “Maggie’s Last Night. ” Stephen Crane Newsletter 2. 1 (1967): 10. Cady, Edwin H. “Stephen Crane: Maggie, a Girl of the Streets. ” Landmarks of American Writing. Ed. Hennig Cohen. New York: Basic Books, 1969. 172-81. Cady, Edwin H. “Stephen Crane: Maggie, a Girl of the Streets. ” Landmarks of American Writing. Ed.

Hennig Cohen: Basic Books, New York Pagination: 172-181, 1969. Church, Joseph. “‘Excellent People’: Naturalism, Egotism, and the Teaching of Crane’s Maggie. ” ALN: The American Literary Naturalism Newsletter 1. 2 (2006): 10-15. Clerkin, Mary Jane. “A Feminist Interpretation of Three Nineteenth Century Literary Heroines: Hardy’s Tess, Crane’s Maggie and Ibsen’s Nora. ” Dissertation Abstracts International 53. 6 (1992): 1900A. Crane, Stephen, and J. C. Levenson. Prose and Poetry. The Library of America ; 18. New York, N. Y. : Literary Classics of the U. S. and Viking Press, 1984. Cunliffe, Marcus.

“Stephen Crane and the American Background of Maggie. ” American Quarterly 7 (1955): 31-44. Dingledine, Don. “‘It Could Have Been Any Street’: Ann Petry, Stephen Crane, and the Fate of Naturalism. ” Studies in American Fiction 34. 1 (2006): 87-. Dooley, Patrick K. “Stephen Crane’s Distilled Style (and the Art of Fine Swearing). ” Stephen Crane Studies 15. 1 (2006): 28-31. Dooley, Patrick Kiaran. Stephen Crane : An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary Scholarship. New York: G. K. Hall, 1992. Dooley, Patrick Kiaran. The Pluralistic Philosophy of Stephen Crane. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993.

Dow, William. “Performative Passages: Davis’s Life in the Iron Mills, Crane’s Maggie, and Norris’s Mcteague. ” Twisted from the Ordinary: Essays on American Literary Naturalism. Ed. Mary E. Papke. Tennessee Studies in Literature (Tstl) Number: 40: U of Tennessee P, Knoxville, TN Pagination: 23-44, 2003. xv, 416. Dowling, Robert M. “Stephen Crane and the Transformation of the Bowery. ” Twisted from the Ordinary: Essays on American Literary Naturalism. Ed. Mary E. Papke. Tennessee Studies in Literature (Tstl) Number: 40: U of Tennessee P, Knoxville, TN Pagination: 45-62, 2003. xv, 416.

Edelstein, Arthur. Three Great Novels by Stephen Crane: Maggie, George’s Mother, the Red Badge of Courage. New York : Fawcett, 1970. Fine, David M. “Abraham Cahan, Stephen Crane and the Romantic Tenement Tale of the NinetiesAmerican Studies (University of Kansas). ” American Studies (University of Kansas) 14 (1973): 95-107. Fitelson, David. “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets Portrays a ‘Survival of the Fittest’ World. ” Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors: Greenhaven, San Diego, CA Pagination: 168-79, 1998. 208. —.

“Stephen Crane’s Maggie and Darwinism. ” American Quarterly 16 (1964): 182-94. Flanigan, Elaine. “Maternal Deprivation and the Disruption of the Cult of Domesticity: Three Case Studies in Hawthorne, Crane, and Chopin. ” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 61. 5 (2000): 1839-40. Ford, Philip H. “Illusion and Reality in Crane’s Maggie. ” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 25 (1969): 293-303. Fox, Austen McC. “Crane Is Preoccupied with the Theme of Isolation. ” Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. Bonnie Szumski.

Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors: Greenhaven, San Diego, CA Pagination: 56-62, 1998. 208. Fox, Austin McC. Maggie and Other Stories. New York, NY : Washington Square, 1960. Fried, Michael. Realism, Writing, Disfiguration : On Thomas Eakins and Stephen Crane. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987. Fudge, Keith. “Sisterhood Born from Seduction: Susanna Rowson’s Charlotte Temple, and Stephen Crane’s Maggie Johnson. ” Journal of American Culture 19. 1 (1996): 43-. Furst, Lilian R. “Stephen Crane’s Maggie and Papa Hamlet by Arno Holz and Johannes Schlaf.

” Actes Du Viie Congres De L’association Internationale De Litterature Comparee/Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association, I: Litteratures Americaines: Dependance, Independance, Interdependance/Literatures of America: Dependence, Independence, Interdependence. Eds. Milan V. Dimic, et al. Library of Crcl Number: 2: Bieber, Stuttgart Pagination: 165-68, 1979. 562. Gandal, Keith. “Stephen Crane’s ‘Maggie’ and the Modern Soul. ” Elh 60. 3 (1993): 759-85. Gandal, Keith. The Virtues of the Vicious: Jacob Riis, Stephen Crane, and the Spectacle of the Slum.

Oxford, England : Oxford UP, 1997. Geismar, Maxwell David. Rebels and Ancestors: The American Novel, 1890-1915: Frank Norris, Stephen Crane, Jack London, Ellen Glasgow [and] Theodore Dreiser. His The novel in America. Boston,: Houghton Mifflin, 1953. Gibson, Donald. The Fiction of Stephen Crane. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois U P, 1968. Gibson, William M. The Red Badge of Courage and Selected Poetry and Prose. New York, NY : Rinehart, 1956. Giorcelli, Cristina. “La Citta Di Maggie. ” Rivista di Studi Anglo-Americani 6. 8 (1990): 57-70. Golemba, Henry.

“‘Distant Dinners’ in Crane’s Maggie: Representing ‘the Other Half’. ” Essays in Literature 21. 2 (1994): 235-50. Graff, Aida Farrag. “Metaphor and Metonymy: The Two Worlds of Crane’s Maggie. ” English Studies in Canada 8. 4 (1982): 422-36. Graham, Don B. “Dreiser’s Maggie. ” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 7 (1974): 169-70. Grmela, Josef. “Some Problems of the Critical Reception of Stephen Crane’s ‘Maggie, a Girl of the Streets’. ” Brno Studies in English: Sbornik Praci Filozoficke Fakulty Brnenske Univerzity, S: Rada Anglisticka/Series Anglica 19 (1991): 149-55. Gullason, Thomas A.

“The First Known Review of Stephen Crane’s 1893 Maggie. ” English Language Notes 5 (1968): 300-02. Gullason, Thomas Arthur. “New Light on the Crane-Howells Relationship. ” New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 30. 3 (1957): 389-92. Gullason, Thomas A. “The Prophetic City in Stephen Crane’s 1893 Maggie. ” Modern Fiction Studies 24 (1978): 129-37. Gullason, Thomas Arthur. “The Sources of Stephen Crane’s Maggie. ” Philological Quarterly 38 (1959): 497-502. Hakutani, Yoshinobu. “Jennie, Maggie, and the City. ” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text.

Ed. James L. W. West, III: U of Pennsylvania P, Philadelphia Pagination: 147-56, 1995. ix, 226. Halliburton, David. The Color of the Sky : A Study of Stephen Crane. Cambridge studies in American literature and culture. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989. Hapke, Laura. “The Alternate Fallen Woman in Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. ” Markham Review 12 (1983): 41-43. Harriman, Karl. “A Romantic Idealist–Mr. Stephen Crane. ” Literary Review 4 (1900): 85-87. Hayes, Kevin J. ed. and introd.. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (a Story of New York). Bedford Cultural Editions.

Boston, MA: Bedford, 1999. Hillsman, David Frank. “Crane’s ‘Maggie’ and Huysmans’ ‘Marthe’: Two Naturalist Prostitute Novels. ” Dissertation Abstracts International 48. 3 (1987): 644A. Holton, Milne. “The Sparrow’s Fall and the Sparrow’s Eye: Crane’s Maggie. ” Studia Neophilologica 41 (1969): 115-29. Holton, Milne. Cylinder of Vision: The Fiction and Journalistic Writing of StephenCrane. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1972. Horwitz, Howard. “Maggie and the Sociological Paradigm. ” American Literary History 10. 4 (1998): 606-38. Hunter, Adrian. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets.

Peterborough, ON : Broadview, 2006. Hussman, Lawrence E. , Jr. “The Fate of the Fallen Woman in Maggie and Sister Carrie. ” The Image of the Prostitute in Modern Literature. Eds. Pierre L. Horn and Mary Beth Pringle: Ungar, New York Pagination: 91-100, 1984. 147. Ives, C. B. “Symmetrical Design in Four of Stephen Crane’s Stories. ” Ball State University Forum 10. 1 (1969): 17-26. Jordan, Philip D. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (a Story of New York). Lexington : U. P. of Ky, 1970. Kahn, Sholom J. “Stephen Crane and Whitman: A Possible Source for Maggie. ” Walt Whitman Review 7 (1961): 71-77. Karlen, Arno.

“Stylistic Weakness in Maggie. ” Readings on Stephen Crane. Ed. Bonnie Szumski. Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors: Greenhaven, San Diego, CA Pagination: 180-84, 1998. 208. Katz, Joseph. “The Maggie Nobody Knows. ” Modern Fiction Studies 12 (1966): 200-12. —. “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1893): A Census (Part Iii). ” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3. 3 (1969): 10-11. —. “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1893): A Census, Ii. ” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3. 1 (1968): 6. Katz, Joseph, and Matthew J. Bruccoli. “A Third Printing of Maggie (1896). ” Stephen Crane Newsletter 1 (1966): 2-3.

Katz, Joseph introd. Maggie, a Girl of the Streets: A Story of New York. Gainesville, FL : SF&R, 1966. Knapp, Daniel. “Son of Thunder: Stephen Crane and the Fourth Evangelist. ” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 24 (1969): 259-66. Kovacs, David. “Acting Out: Comparative Analyses of Romantic Realism in Stephen Crane and Knut Hamsun. ” Nordlit: Arbeidstidsskrift i litteratur 9 (2001): 63-78. Kramer, Maurice. “Crane’s Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. ” Explicator 22 (1964): Item 49. Krause, Sydney J. “The Surrealism of Crane’s Naturalism in Maggie. ” American Literary Realism 16. 2 (1983): 253-261.

La France, Marston. A Reading of Stephen Crane. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971 LaFrance, Marston. “George’s Mother and the Other Half of Maggie. ” Stephen Crane in Transition:Centenary Essays. Eds. Joseph Katz and James Dickey: No. Ill. U. P, DeKalb Pagination: 35-53, 1972. 247. Lainoff, Seymour. “Jimmie in Crane’s Maggie. ” Iowa English Bulletin 10 (1965): 53-54. Lawson, Andrew. “Class Mimicry in Stephen Crane’s City. ” American Literary History 16. 4 (2004): 596-. Levenson, J. C. Prose and Poetry: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets; the Red Badge of Courage; Stories, Sketches, and Journalism; Poetry.

18: New York, NY : Library of America, 1984. Lainoff, Seymour. “Jimmie in Crane’s Maggie. ” Iowa English Yearbook 10 (1965): 53-54. Linson, Corwin Knapp, and Edwin Harrison Cady. My Stephen Crane. [Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1958. Manthorne, Katherine E. “War in the City: Stephen Crane and the Visual Culture of New York. ” Red Badges of Courage: Wars and Conflicts in American Culture. Eds. Biancamarie Pisapia, Ugo Rubeo and Anna Scacchi. Rsa: Rivista Di Studi Anglo-Americani Number: 9 (11): Bulzoni, Rome, Italy Pagination: 769-76, 1998. xvii, 789. Marin Madrazo, Pilar. “Notas Sobre El Naturalismo.

” Letras En El Espejo: Ensayos De Literatura Americana Comparada. Eds. Maria Jose Alvarez Maurin, Manuel Broncano and Jose Luis Chamosa: Universidad de Leon, Leon, Spain Pagination: 145-54, 1997. 213. Martin, Jay. Harvests of Change: American Literature, 1865-1914. Englewood Cliffs, N. J. ,: Prentice-Hall, 1967. Masuzaki, Kou. “Stephen Crane No Suramu Hyosho to Kangoku: Imin Kyofu to 19 Seikimatsu Hanzaisharon. ” Studies in American Literature (Osaka, Japan) 41 (2004): 19-35. Mavrocordato, Alexandre. “Maggie, Allegorie Du Coeur. ” Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 31 (1978): 38-51 McIlvaine, Robert.

“Crane’s Maggie: A Source for the Hairy Ape? ” The Eugene O’Neill Newsletter 2. 3 (1979): 8-10. Minks, Tamara S. “Maggie Johnson: An American in a Fallen Eden. ” Recovering Literature: A Journal of Contextualist Criticism 16 (1988): 23-35. Miyazaki, Naoko. “Jinsei No Bokanskatachi: Maggie Ni Okeru Ningenzo. ” Bungaku to America: Ohashi Kenzaburo Kyoju Kanreki Kinen Ronbunshu. Ed. pp: Nanundo, Tokyo Pagination: I: 115-127, 1980. Monteiro, George. “Amy Leslie on Stephen Crane’s Maggie. ” Journal of Modern Literature 9. 1 (1981): 147-. —. “Paul Lemperly’s Maggie (1893) and a New Stephen Crane Letter.

” Stephen Crane Newsletter 3. 3 (1969): 7-9. Nagel, James. Stephen Crane and Literary Impressionism. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1980. Nagel, James. “Donald Pizer, American Naturalism, and Stephen Crane. ” Studies in American Naturalism 1. 1-2 (2006): 30-35. —. “Limitations of Perspective in the Fiction of Stephen Crane. ” Stephen Crane Studies 15. 1 (2006): 9-12. Novotny, George T. “Crane’s Maggie, a Girl of the Streets. ” Explicator 50. 4 (1992): 225-28. Oelschlaeger, Fritz. “Stephen Crane, Ripley Hitchcock, and Maggie: A Reconsideration. ” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 97.

1 (1998): 34-50. Oliver, Lawrence J. “Brander Matthews’ Re-Visioning of Crane’s Maggie. ” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 60. 4 (1988): 654-58. Oliviero, Toni H. “‘People as They Seem to Me’: Determinism and Morality as Literary Devices in Three Novels of Stephen Crane. ” Seminaires 1976. Eds. Jean Beranger, Jean Cazemajou and Jean-Claude Barat. Annales Du Centre De Recherches Sur L’amer. Anglophone Number: 2: Centre de Recherches sur l’Amer. Anglophone, Univ. de Bordeaux III, Talence Pagination: 167-181, 1977. 201. Orgeron, Marsha.

“The Road to Nowhere: Stephen Crane’s Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (a Story of New York) (1893). ” Women in Literature: Reading through the Lens of Gender. Eds. Jerilyn Fisher, Ellen S. Silber and David Sadker: Greenwood, Westport, CT Pagination: 185-87, 2003. xxxix, 358. Overmyer, Janet. “The Structure of Crane’s Maggie. ” University of Kansas City Review 29 (1962): 71-72. Parker, Hershel, and Brian Higgins. “Maggie’s ‘Last Night’: Authorial Design and Editorial Patching. ” Studies in the Novel 10. 1 (1978): 64-75. Petry, Alice Hall. “Gin Lane in the Bowery: Crane’s Maggie and William Hogarth.

” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 56. 3 (1984): 417-26. Petry, Alice Hall. “Stephen Crane’s Elephant Man. ” Journal of Modern Literature 10. 2 (1983): 346-352. Pisarz-Ramirez, Gabriele. “Avancierte Erzahlformen Im Licht Von Ubersetzungsstrategien: Zwei Romane Stephen Cranes Und Funf Deutsche Ubersetzungen. ” Erlebte Rede Und Impressionistischer Stil: Europaische Erzahlprosa Im Vergleich Mit Ihren Deutschen Ubersetzungen. Ed. Dorothea Kullmann: Wallstein, Gottingen Pagination: 437-90, 1995. 528. Pizer, Donald. “Stephen Crane.

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Stephen Crane, Journalism, and the Making of Modern American Literature. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. Salemi, Joseph S. “Down a Steep Place into the Sea: Suicide in Stephen Crane’s Maggie. ” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 1. 2 (1988): 58-61. Saunders, Judith P. “Wharton’s Borrowing from Crane’s Maggie in the Age of Innocence. ” Edith Wharton Review 19. 1 (2003): 1. Schaefer, Michael W. A Reader’s Guide to the Short Stories of Stephen Crane. A reference publication in literature. New York: G. K. Hall ; Prentice Hall International, 1996. Schilders, Ed. “Maggie, Carrie en Vandover.

” Maatstaf 28. 4 (1980): 104-112. Seltzer, Mark. “Statistical Persons. ” Diacritics: A Review of Contemporary Criticism 17. 3 (1987): 82-98. Simoneaux, Katherine G. “Color Imagery in Crane’s Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. ” College Language Association Journal 18 (1974): 91-100. Slotkin, Alan R. “Bungstarter, Mightish Well, and Cultural Confusion. ” American Speech: A Quarterly of Linguistic Usage 54. 1 (1979): 69-71. —. “You as a Multileveled Dictional Device in Stephen Crane’s Representation of Bowery Dialect in Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. ” South Central Review 7. 2 (1990): 40-53. Slotkin, Alan Robert.

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